Check out the latest news from the Trust below...

  • Volunteers Haul Whole Heap of Rubbish out of Woking River!

    Thursday 22nd September, 2016

    A fire extinguisher, a rusty water tank, motorbike parts and an old car seat were among the items dragged out of the Hoe Stream by volunteers in Woking.

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  • Crowds Turn out to See Sawmill Secrets!

    Wednesday 21st September, 2016

    Nearly 1,000 people flocked to Norbury Park near Dorking, as Surrey Wildlife Trust’s traditional timber sawmill threw open its gates for its biggest open day yet.

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  • New study finds more than one in ten UK species threatened with extinction.

    Wednesday 14th September, 2016

    It’s not too late to save UK nature but we must act now - that is the conclusion from a coalition of more than 50 leading wildlife and research organisations behind the State of Nature 2016 report.

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  • Woodland Work to Protect Rare Species

    Wednesday 7th September, 2016

    Vital forestry work to restore and enhance important habitats to help protect rare species is about to begin in Surrey - and local people are invited to a special drop-in session to find out more.

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  • Secrets of the Sawmill Revealed at Norbury Park Open Day!

    Wednesday 7th September, 2016

    Surrey Wildlife Trust’s traditional timber sawmill throws open its gates to the public next month for the Norbury Park Open Day, near Dorking.

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  • Hedgerow Heroes Race for Wildlife!

    Tuesday 30th August, 2016

    Hedgerow heroes race for wildlife

    It’s a crazy challenge - cycling, canoeing and running more than 170 miles across the county in just three days. But Surrey Wildlife Trust’s Ben Habgood and James Herd hope their ‘Race for Wildlife’ will raise vital funds for hedgerow conservation in the county.

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  • Old-Fashioned Horse Power Moves Mighty Oaks!

    Thursday 28th July, 2016

    Heavy horse power was brought in to move two giant oak trees at a woodland nature reserve near Guildford. The 200-year-old oaks, which were blown down in storms in March, are destined for use in the restoration of a local boardwalk.

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    Monday 25th July, 2016

    HOW ETHICAL IS YOUR INSURANCE? Discounts for our members

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  • Watts Gallery Hosts Unique Living Wildlife Exhibition!

    Thursday 14th July, 2016

    Grass snakes, newts, slow worms and a whole host of creepy crawlies provided a unique live exhibition at Watts Gallery this week, as Surrey Wildlife Trust held its annual Chairman’s Reception.

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  • Top Tips for an Award-Winning Wildlife Garden!

    Tuesday 12th July, 2016

    The Trust has put together a Wildlife Gardening Top Tips video, packed with ideas and inspiration to help make your garden a haven for nature.

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